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Finally, a Physical Defense Program for women that:

-Has established standards of acceptability for female self-defense programs

-Offers no-nonsense, practical techniques of defense

-Researched the effects of "The Fight or Flight Syndrome"

-Provides static, fluid and dynamic hands on training

-Provides students with a comprehensive Reference Manual

-Certifies Instructors from the community

-Has a litigation defense policy

-Offers state of the art programs at reasonable rates

-Every student receives a lifetime membership policy

-There is no cost for participants

The Program consists of 12 hours of training. Participants will receive education and physical hands-on training.

Rape Statistics

Every minute in America, there are 1.3 forcible rapes of adult women, 78 each hour 1,871 each day, 56,916 each month 683,000 every year.

1 out of 4 college women reported being sexually assaulted sometime during their four years.

Only 10-16% of rapes are reported

Of 123,850 women reporting rape or attempted rape, 41.3% occurred in the daytime, 58.7% occurred at night.

Women who are forceful about resisting a would-be rapist are less likely to be raped and no more likely to be injured than those who resist weakly or not at all.

In a study of 60 women who were assaulted, women who made absolutely no attempt to resist were all raped. It is only by resisting that women have a chance to avoid being raped.

To sign up or request future classes, contact Radford University Police Department at 540-831-5500.

Program Coordinator:
Officer Robert Johnson, RUPD

Instructors:
Michele Jenkins, New Student Programs
Officer Jason Hayes, RUPD
Officer Robert Johnson, RUPD
Officer Whitney Gray, RUPD
Communications Officer Cynthia Bain, RUPD